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  • morris city council

    It’s official: the seat soon to be vacated by departing Morris City Council member Twig Webster must be filled. Any appointment the city council makes will be temporary; the seat will be open for general …

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    11 Jul 12
  • Ag Land

    The filing period for farmers and their families to receive a special tax incentive through the program Active Farming will be opening in the coming week. Active Farming allows property owners who do not live …

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    11 Jul 12
  • Polaris Ranger

    A young woman and her friends are being treated for minor injuries after they crashed on an ATV on Monday. Shortly after 7:00 p.m. , the Lac qui Parle Sheriff;s Office received a report of …

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    11 Jul 12
  • West ROC windmill

    If you want to see how energy keeps you cool in the summer and warm in the winter and remains sustainable, you’ll want to sign-up for the free Green Energy Tours, beginning during Prairie Pioneer …

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    10 Jul 12
  • PRRS Elimination Project

    Area pork producers have an opportunity next week to learn more about managing the health of their herds. A Voluntary Regional PRRS Elimination Project meeting will be held Monday, July 16 from 6-7:30 p.m. at …

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    10 Jul 12
  • morris city council

    The Morris City Council will meet in regular session tonight (Tuesday, July 10). Council Member Twig Webster had previously announced his intention to resign from the board, effective July 31, and his departure will soon …

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    10 Jul 12
  • Wagon Ride

    PRAIRIE EXTRAVAGANZA AT WETLAND OFFICE Where: Morris Wetland Office from Noon to 4:00 PM on Saturday, July 14th. -Entertainment: Skilly & Duff with Annie O’Flynn (specializing in Irish traditional songs) -For Kids: encounter raptors and reptiles …

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    06 Jul 12
  • Bloodmobile

    Area residents continue to give, helping the American Red Cross replenish their blood reserves and supplying local hospitals with a steady influx of much-needed units. In Hancock yesterday, fifty-three participants donated 59 units. Three first time donors rolled …

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    06 Jul 12